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would like to spend the day on this program. >> hello, my name is jennifer. >> my name is simone. we are going on a field trip to take pictures up the hill. >> c'mon, c'mon, c'mon. >> actually, i have been here a lot. i have never looked closely enough to see everything. now, i get to take pictures. >> we want to try to get them to be more creative with it. we let them to be free with them but at the same time, we give them a little bit of direction. >> you can focus in here. >> that was cool. >> if you see that? >> behind the city, behind the houses, behind those hills. the see any more hills? >> these kids are wonderful. they get to explore, they get to see different things. >> we let them explore a little bit. they get their best. if their parents ever ask, we can learn -- they can say that they learned about the depth of field or the rule of thirds or that the shadows can give a good contrast. some of the things they come up with are fantastic. that is what we're trying to encourage. these kids can bring up the creativity and also the love for photography. >> a lot of people come
are hoping that this award will brighten europe's image. >> thank you very much for joining us, simon. we will have more in the next half-hour. >> turkey has deployed fighter jets to its syrian border. >> both sides are sticking to their story about the syrian air jets. >> they have seen days of heavy fighting. the syrian army is trying to recapture rebels. at one point, a syrian helicopter veered into turkish airspace but was immediately pushed back. it is yet another incident to raise tensions between the two countries. anchor is still simmering over stopping a syrian airliner. they claim it was carrying russian weapons for the syrian army. what's the cargo consisted of electrical equipment for a radar station. it is not prohibited under any condition. >> there deploying additional tanks and fighter jets as they look at a possible intervention in syria. it is definitely in full swing. over the last few days, hundreds of people have gone to the border to turkey. tensions are not likely to ease anytime soon. >> a clash erupted in cairo's tahrir square over the support and opposition of pr
a simone, whoever, the great artists? you use them as a north star. you may follow short, but it is better than trying to get one over on your neighbor. tavis: you mentioned some names. who have you used asni your norh star in your career? >> a lot of people. right now, at the aim that, i keep looking and thinking who keeps growing. you can i keep wanting to be 20 years old. everybody knows that. but what is the next room? how it -- instead of trying to be one of more be like a character in the movie is trying to chase his glory days when he was hit and hot, how can i get into the next room where i actually have something to offer? i know i can be a better actor. i know i can be a better artist? you look at acting in their some obvious examples. christopher plummer when the oscar last year appeare. he is more of my thinking. he wrote a great book. he was in theater. there are too many to mention. jeff bridges is a great model. i like guys who started really young. it is a peculiar problem. jeff bridges had that movie, "the best picture show," when he was 19. i was lucky to make it to 30. a
that was self published. can't believe simon and schiewt schuster didn't grab that guy. in the state house of representatives they think the mini series "roots" should have been called "thanks." >> jon: welcome back to the show. [cheers and applause] money in politics, there's been a lot of talk about its terrible core rosive democracy-destroying effects but is there an upside. john oliver has more. >> mega donor and super pacs are spending big flooding the airwaves with an unprecedented quantity of political ideas. it's no prize people are upset. >> this is the most expensive election ever. >> our political system is really going down the tubes. we've got to get money out of politics. >> political activist david donnellly explains the problem. >> with a lot more money in elections you see potential for corruption. the source of a money is a small number of people. this man for example. >> how much is he worth? >> >> $25 billion. >> there's some milk left in that cow. >> there's a lot of milk left. >> we have to milk that man. >> that's what karl rove is doing right now. >> milling him for
strategist and fox news contributor and with us here in washington, simon rosenberg, the president of mdm a center left think tank. all right, simon, let's start with you. gergen, come pro-call and others -- tom brokaw and others joe biden looked a little silly the man was almost 70 years old acting like an eighth grader at the school yard trying to taunt the kid maybe not in the cool crowd. >> look, i think joe biden as you said did what he had to do last night. he was aggressive. he took on paul ryan and the republicans and their arguments in a way that barack obama frankly didn't do in the previous debate. he had energy and vigor which i think is what democrats were looking for. i think you saw joe biden last night maybe not everybody has seen joe biden over the years in debates and other places, but i felt that was the joe biden that i know. and i don't think there was any pretense. as he said, i mean what i say and i say what i mean. >> laura: middle class has been buried in the last four years. that helps the republicans. >> he had a good night. democrats are very happy. as you are
," which miraculously is opening at the neil simon theater tomorrow night for previews on west 52nd street. >> can you believe it? >> no. it's surreal. i want to thank all of our crew here. >> we want to show our crew. they decided to deck out. pull it down, all the way down. we only had mediums. only mediums. >> he looks like winnie the pooh. . thanks, you i goes. >> anyways, you can get tickets if you go to broadway.com. >> scandalous @broadway.com. >> you do know. you can go there and get the tickets. because it's previews and we're watching it all come together, they are two for one. >> bring a friend, especially if you have a friend that might be hurting a little bit. people seem to find hope in this film, which is great. >> absolutely. >> anyway, hoda, how are you, you're coming? >> saturday night, we're all going to be there with bells on. it's going to be a fun party. >> hopefully, i can announce something on monday about how people can have lunch and have a glass of wine with you and i during winesday wednesday coming up. >> anyway, there is something in the social cues column tha
daughters. >> what are their names? >> my daughter, simone is 23 years old and my daughter, emily, will be 11 in just a couple days. >> now, when they saw you go off, you're going to far places, you're going to dangerous places, you're going to places where friends of yours have perished on those crystal waters. you're going to places where it's cold and, what do they think? how do you justify doing that to them? >> yeah, now you, now you drove the stake through the heart here. it's -- >> no, but look, i saw in your film you rappel over the edge of some of these icy ridges down into what looks like a bottomless gorge. >> yeah, it's terrifying. and i've had a lot of internal struggle over exactly the question you raise. and here's you i answer it. i picture myself when i'm 85 years old and i'm sitting in a rocking chair on the porch and i can't do any of this anymore. and i see those girls as grownups, i see them now in their 30s or 40s or whatever it is. and they're saying to me, "dad, the world has changed. the climate is profoundly different than the world you guys were living i
'm ted simons. you have a great evening. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> the thing about eisenhower is that he would never tell anybody whether he was going to use nuclear weapons. why is this important? in the 1950's, nuclear-weapons were pretty new comment and we threatened to use them at various stages. nobody ever knew whether he was serious or not. of course, it to be credible as a deterrent, and you have to be credible, and ike never told anybody. talk about loneliness of command. the use of nuclear weapons, what could be a greater demand -- command decisions and that? now he is president and he has an even greater level of responsibility at a time when nuclear-weapons are new. not just one or two, but we're building a whole arsenal. are we going to use these things or not? ike use them as a tool. basically to avoid any more. >> evan thomas on "ike's bluff." >> and this government has promised and maintain the closest surveillance of the soviet's military buildup on the island of cuba. with
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